ESPN’s Stephania Bell On Alex Smith’s Gruesome Leg Injury [AUDIO]
NFL QB Alex Smith's legacy might be that of a guy that just played really good football but was still replace twice as a starter. However if he can somehow return from one of the most gruesome leg injuries we've ever seen he could completely change that. ESPN's Stephania Bell joins us to discuss if there's any chance for a return to the NFL for Alex Smith.
In a press release from ESPN we get the details of this Friday's E60 featuring Smith.
In a special edition of E60, “Project 11” will document Smith’s riveting story, from lightly recruited high school quarterback to battle-tested former No. 1 draft pick fighting his way back from an injury that almost cost him everything. The program debuts on Friday, May 1, at 7:30 p.m. ET on ESPN.
ESPN injury analyst Stephania Bell spent more than a year documenting Smith’s journey for E60, with rare and exclusive access to Smith, his family and his doctors, who deemed the injury “warlike.” Viewers will see:
Detailed explanation of the nature of Smith’s injury and why it was so serious.
Never before seen, sometimes graphic, images, provided by Smith and his family, of setbacks and progress.
Interviews with physicians who performed the 17 surgeries Smith has endured since the injury and who treated him throughout the process.
Scenes from Smith’s rehabilitation alongside U.S. military veterans who were injured in combat.
Bell joined Levack and Goz to discuss Smith's leg, other injury situations in the NFL as well as a little Fantasy Football.